ABOUT THE ROLE

We are looking for a Provider Communications Coordinator to ensure our provider outreach processes are running smoothly and efficiently. You will play a key role in making sure communications across multiple channels (email, fax, phone, mail) go out to the right people at the right time. The qualified applicant should be able to perform routine tasks and processes while also connecting the dots between the different aspects of your work and making improvements where necessary.


The outcomes we’re looking for:

  • Work closely with our operations team to coordinate automated omnichannel outreach (email, fax, phone, and mail)
  • Contribute to and reference reporting dashboards, monitor trends, share actionable insights and make recommendations based on results
  • Conduct research into issues related to your work; report those findings out to the operations team  
  • Monitor daily program automations and data processes; troubleshooting when necessary and improving when possible
  • Offer insights to our product team to advise on product enhancements related to Provider Communications and adjust workflows to account for CredSimples changing technology
    • Serve as a primary tester when new products related to your processes are being developed
  • Take on and build out new processes as we expand our service offerings within the provider communications space

ABOUT YOU 

Competencies Required

  • Attention to detail: You’re able to spot issues and complete root cause analysis.
  • Critical Thinking: We’re expecting you to challenge the way we do things and present new ideas for improvement, no matter how small the change is.
  • Data Driven: You’re well-versed in Google Sheets; bonus points if you have experience manipulating large sets of data.
  • Communication: You’re a clear communicator who can synthesize and explain complicated concepts.
  • Inquisitive: You don’t let a fast pace of work or a complicated process stop you from asking questions and figuring out what is really going on.

 Requirements and Qualifications

  • Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in an operations and/or process-driven role; experience with healthcare preferred (but not required)
  • Experience with MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, HubSpot (CRM), etc.
  • Intellectual curiosity, sound problem-solving and decision-making abilities, and strength in creative and innovative thinking
  • You have a strong analytical toolkit, including experience with Sheets, Excel, Tableau or other tools
  • Thrive in a fast-paced startup environment where flexibility and adaptability are key

ABOUT US

CredSimple is building a healthcare technology company that serves the $10B niche of provider network management. We’re looking to grow our team with world-class talent who are not only motivated to carry out their specific roles but also help us build an organization that continues to be a great place to work as we scale.

We sell to clients that span the healthcare spectrum from tech-savvy healthcare startups to 100-year-old, Fortune 500 health insurance companies. We’re solving very real and challenging problems in the healthcare industry.

 

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